Hepa Filter

Hepa Filter


HEPA is an acronym that stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air, air purifier or other implementation, come with many benefits and claims. The Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology dictates that a HEPA filter must trap 99.97% of particulates 0.3 microns or larger. This does not mean that the filter cannot trap particles smaller than 0.3 microns, because many HEPA filters can; it is simply the threshold that must be reached in order to carry the HEPA name.


A type of mechanical air filter works by forcing air through a fine mesh that traps harmful particles such as pollen, pet dander, dust mites, and tobacco smoke.  This happen in four ways: Inertial Impaction, Diffusion, Interception, or Sieving.

Larger contaminants are trapped via inertial impaction and sieving. The particles either collide with the fibers and become trapped or are trapped while attempting to travel through the fibers. Medium sized particles, as they move through the filter, are grabbed by the fibers via interception. Smaller particles are dissipated as they travel through the filter and eventually collide with a fiber and are trapped. HEPA Filters are useful to remove most airborn particles which can cause allergies. Focus of our work is to provide extraordinary clean environment in home, school and at work and to minimize the chances of asthma, allergies etc.


Carelessly cleaning of carpets, removing dust from windows can result in more dust resultantly air in the closed environment will collect more dust and can cause asthma, respiratory and allergic issues. For a cleaner home, the HEPA Filter is indispensable. And if you have acute allergies, asthma, COPD or other respiratory conditions, HEPA filters are an important component of a healthier home.


Being aware of our customer’s problems and health issues in HVAC system. We know better use of HEPA Filters, so that better health of our customer keeps healthier environment for our services.

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